Tuesday, July 24, 2012


When you install a new hardwood floor you will have made an investment for a lifetime, really many lifetimes.
It is quite amazing to think that the floor that is installed today will be there for future generations to enjoy and appreciate. 
There are many species of hardwood and also many styles of hardwood available. There are also a variety of finishes.
Throughout the years your floors may become damaged and stained but with a sand and refinish they will look new again. 
If you have any questions regarding which type of hardwood floor may best fit your needs do not hesitate to call me. I will be happy to assist you in anyway possible.
Please check out our next post where I will discuss some of the different species of hardwood. This will be an informative post which should help guide you to make the right choice for your home.

Monday, July 2, 2012


The post today is about sandless refinishing also known as screen and coat.
This process has been around for a long time but it is
not to be confused with sanding and refinishing which is a much more extensive process.
If your floors are in relatively good shape with minimal scracthes and no stains sandless refinishing may be a good way to go.
It will brighten your floors and bring them back to their original luster.
However it will entail having a professional look at them to determine if you need more than this. 
If you have questions regarding a screen and coat do not hesitate to call.